Asked in Needs a Topic
Needs a Topic
Semen comes sooner than you finish?
What else comes from a guy other than sperm?
What to do semen if semen comes out of vagina soon after intercourse?
Asked in Example Sentences
What is an example of a sentence using the word sooner?
What do you use in a sentence after no sooner?
The idiomatic phrase "no sooner" is used with a verb and "than" in the context of "immediately thereafter." The word when should not be used. Example: No sooner had I called the police than the party completely dispersed. I had no sooner unpacked than the bellboy informed me that I had to change rooms. This stems from the more formal use, e.g, Your order will arrive no sooner than next week.
If an elderly person has swine flu will they die sooner?
Asked in Grammar
Is this sentence correct - The jester realized more sooner than the rest of the court?
Asked in Grammar
When to use no sooner and as soon as in English grammar?
These two phrases have overlapping meanings but are not exactly synonymous. No sooner ... than can generally be replaced by as soon as, but as soon as cannot always be replaced by no sooner ... than. No sooner is always followed by than and emphasises that one thing happened immediately after another. It is normally used in the past tense. For example: 'No sooner had I finished my meal than the doorbell rang.' 'No sooner did it stop raining than I found my umbrella.' (Note that the subject/verb order in the no sooner ... clause must be reversed: 'had I finished', not 'I had finished'; 'did it stop', not 'it stopped'.) As soon as can be used instead, but it is less emphatic than no sooner ... than: 'As soon as I had finished my meal, the doorbell rang.' 'As soon as it stopped raining, I found my umbrella.' As soon as can also be used with the present and future tenses, unlike no sooner ... than: 'As soon as it stops raining, I'll go to the shops.' 'He will send you the book as soon as you send him the money.'
Asked in Jokes and Riddles, Famous Quotations
What is the full form of No sooner had they looked than they loved?
Does semen decrease after a vasectomy?
Is then or than a conjunction?
The word then can be a conjunction, and also an adverb (and hyphenated as an adjective). The word than is also a conjunction, used as a comparative. Arguably, it serves as a preposition where there the understood verb is missing. (He is taller than I, or He is taller than me) Confusion can occur in sentences using sooner...than (e.g. He had no sooner entered the house than a quarrel erupted). Sooner does not pair with then.
What does it mean when a males sperm comes out of you after sex?
Asked in Domestic Dogs
What does a sooner dog look like?
A "sooner dog" can look like most any dog. Sooner isn't a breed of dog, it's more like it's a descriptive word for an attitude. I believe that "sooner" is a name for a dog that would "sooner" do this or that as to do that or this. In other words it's the sort of dog that would sooner urinate on the carpet than urinate on a tree. You can substitute the italics with most any things he would "sooner" do.